|Thin Man OTR|
8 episodes from the 1941-50 series based on the popular book and movie, starring Claudia Morgan as Nora Charles and Les Damon, David Gothard, Les Tremayne, and Joseph Curtain as Nick Charles. Episodes Titles source: http://www.digitaldeliftp.com/DigitalDeliToo/dd2jb-Advs-Thin-Man.html
Keywords: Thin Man; Old Time Radio
Downloads: 15,417 (3 reviews)
|Lux Radio Theater 36 06 08 The Thin Man|
The Lux Radio Theaters version of The Thin Man movie, stars the original leading cast of William Powel and Myrna Loy.Nick Charles (Powell), a retired detective, and his wife Nora (Loy) are attempting to settle down when he's pulled back into service by a friend's disappearance and possible involvement in a murder.
Keywords: Thin Man; Drama; Crime; Detective; Mystery; OTR
|Adventures Of The Thin Man 43 10 10 Nora's Wedding Anniversary|
Nora is all broken up because she believes Nick forgot their anniversary. Nick didn't forget, but the flowers and jewels that were supposed to go to Nora were delivered to one of Nicks' old girlfriends by mistake, for a funeral for her late husband, but the jewels and the body are missing.
Keywords: Adventures of the Thin Man; Detective; Drama; Crime; Murder; OTR
|Lux Radio Theater 40 06 17 After The Thin Man|
This Lux Radio presentation of their radio version of After the Thin Man, stars Myrna Loy and William Powell as Nick and Nora Charles, introduced by Cecil B. DeMille. Nora persuades Nick to help find a missing relative, who winds up dead, and his wife, Noras' cousin, accused of his murder, so Nick must find the real killer.
Keywords: After the Thin Man; Drama; Murder; Detective; Crime; OTR
|THE THIN MAN tv episode|
A "Thin Man" episode prominently featuring the original Robby the Robot from "Forbidden Planet."
Keywords: The Thin Man TV; Peter Lawford; Phillis Kirk; Robby the Robot
|1950s NBC Promo - Friday Evening|
"Truth or Consequences", "M-Sqaud" and "The Thin Man" are promoted in this 1950s-era spot aired over NBC to promote their friday evening schedule. Very low budget, but it IS from a daytime show that can also be downloaded here called "Treasure Hunt".
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; 1950's; 50's; Fifties; NBC; National Broadcasting Company; NBC Television Network; The Thin Man; MGM Television; Kinescope
|The CRUMP - Episode 8 - Chicago's Relatively Underground Music Podcast - Z.A. Khan for Reviews Not Ratings|
Playlist for today's show: The Pear Traps - Come Home, Tin Tin Can - Animal Bones, The O'My's - Tryin, Paul Hartsaw Quintet - Horatio Hornrose, Robbie Fulks - She Took a Lot of Pills and Died, Love of Everything - Three Way Answers, My Gold Mask - I Don't Need The Reason, and Thin Man - An Undertaker Muses. Thanks as always to the artists for giving us permission to use their music.
Keywords: pear traps; tin tin can; the o'my's; paul hartsaw; robbie fulks; love of everything; my gold mask; thin man; chicago; chicago music; crump; podcast; independent; reviews not ratings; underground